Colorado state lawmakers head back to work this week with the top priority of putting more Coloradans back to work, but once again there’s an extremely tight budget.
A bipartisan commission charged with redrawing Colorado Senate and House legislative districts is discussing new maps after the state Supreme Court rejected their proposals over concern that too many counties were split.
Colorado Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp, who led his party through congressional redistricting and a tough budget, is resigning from the Legislature to focus more attention on his four children.
A legislative term in Colorado that started with promises of bipartisan camaraderie neared a bumpy end Wednesday with Democrats and Republicans bickering over nearly every matter they considered.
Bed bug fears have doomed a Colorado proposal to repeal a law regulating how mattresses can be resold.
The Colorado Senate approved and sent to the House a measure repealing the unenforced crime of adultery.
A statewide network of “john schools” for men caught seeking prostitutes is closer to approval in Colorado.
A bill tacking on much bigger penalties for soliciting a prostitute has won initial backing in the Colorado Senate.
The Colorado Senate has approved a campaign finance bill introduced in response to the actions of anti-tax advocate Douglas Bruce.
The Colorado Senate approved a bill that would prevent young athletes believed to have suffered a concussion from returning to a game unless they’ve received medical clearance.